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How to prepare for the AILET 2020 Exam?

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How to prepare for the AILET 2020 Exam?
The All India Law Entrance Test is one of the most revered and demanding law admission exams in the country. Conducted for BA LLB, LLM and PhD programs at National Law Universities and beyond,

AILET 2020 exam will take place on August 18th 2020 from 11 AM to 12:30 PM through Remote Proctored Test [RPT] mode. This blog is in the aim of providing you not only with the best answer to the question ‘how to prepare for AILET ?’ but also a full-fledged guide so that you sail through with colours.

How to Prepare for AILET: AILET Syllabus & Pattern
Before diving into the approach you should take, let’s take a look at the AILET 2020 syllabus for BA LLB and what it consists of. Candidates will be given a total of 90 minutes to solve 150 questions carrying one mark each. These questions are categorised into five sections, mentioned below. However, as there is negative marking of 0.25 marks per question, guesswork may prove fatal. The AILET 2020 syllabus for LLM and PhD is different. Please visit the official website.


How to Prepare for AILET: English

The English section consists of 35 questions of one mark each which test the grasp of a candidate over the fundamentals of English grammar as well as problem-solving abilities.
• Elements of the Passage: Each passage is made up of certain elements, namely, its main idea/theme, author’s point of view and counter-arguments, if any and conclusion. The main idea is the subject on which the passage focuses on, it is what it deals with. Secondly, the author’s point of view is the speaker/narrator who presents arguments & counter-arguments. A lot depends on his tone whether it is critical or neutral, positive or negative. Lastly, the conclusion is where everything comes to a wrap, a final closing argument.

• You can either take the ’Top-down’ approach or the ’bottoms-up’ approach. While the former emphasises close reading the passage before answering, the latter stresses on questions then the passage. Choose whichever mode suits you and stick to it. However, do give the passage an initial scanning for a brief idea.

• AILET preparation Books: Norman Lewis ‘Word Power Made Easy; Wren & Martin on English Grammar; 30 Days to a More Powerful Vocabulary.

How to Prepare for AILET: General Knowledge
A total of 35 questions are asked from general awareness and current affairs.
• Divide the GK AILET syllabus into Static GK [general history, geography, etc.] and Dynamic GK [current affairs]. Further, as it is demanding as well as time-consuming, clearly mark your strong and weak areas, understand, strategize and move steadily according to the job ahead. Do not forget to make notes.


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